Winter Term Two Part Mini-Series: Health Data – Accessibility and Visualization

Virtual

This virtual only (ZOOM) winter term offering is available to faculty, staff, and students throughout HSPH and beyond. Part I: Health Data Accessibility (Jan 7) will feature Jamie Spear, Digital Accessibility Consultant from HUIT's Digital Accessibility Services. After attend this one hour session you will be able to create Powerpoint (TM) slides that can be … Continue reading "Winter Term Two Part Mini-Series: Health Data – Accessibility and Visualization"

Longwood Author Series Presents: Borrowing Life

Virtual

Please join us for Countway's first virtual Author Series event of 2022: Borrowing Life: How Scientists, Surgeons, and a War Hero Made the First Successful Organ Transplant a Reality A conversation with author Shelley Fraser Mickle Tuesday, January 11 5:30-7:00pm EST via Zoom Register: countway.info/borrowing Against a global backdrop of wartime suffering and postwar hope, … Continue reading "Longwood Author Series Presents: Borrowing Life"

Online Short-Seminar: Introduction to Research Data Management

Virtual

Managing data in a research project should be involved in each step of the research process. There are many factors that influence how data is managed throughout a project including funding requirements, subject discipline, types of data, and research goals. This virtual session will walk through a real-life research example and discuss data management activities at … Continue reading "Online Short-Seminar: Introduction to Research Data Management"

“Nourishing Futures: Rethinking Agriculture in Un/Predictable Environments”

Virtual

Join the HSPH-NIEHS Center for our colloquium series on Re-envisioning the Environment: Diverse Voices in Environmental Health.  This month, we invite Tracey Heatherington, PhD, associate professor of sociocultural anthropology at the University of British Columbia, whose research examines environmental concerns in the context of social justice. This presentation will be held virtually via Zoom. Students and Postdocs: We … Continue reading "“Nourishing Futures: Rethinking Agriculture in Un/Predictable Environments”"